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Discussion Topic  RE: What are the likliehoods of an agent taking on a new client during pilot season? (in Secret Agent Man) by amo37
I booked a guest star on Chelsea Handler's show off AA....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Before Moving to LA -- Preparation (in The Working Actor) by amo37
Elizabeth is good but she's a second generation Meisner teacher. She was taught by Bill Esper. Alde......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is DPM usually really rude? (in The Working Actor) by amo37
Was with him for a minute. Rude, rude, obnoxious, degrading. Used to send emails to all clients ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Has anyone else's agent wanted them to do a slate? (in The Working Actor) by amo37
For what's it's worth, CD Jessica Sherman told us at a workshop on Saturday to 'not do a slate shot.......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Theatre Department Agencies (Equity)? (in Secret Agent Man) by amo37
Many agencies have theatrical departments that also handle legit (stage work.) In LA, I'm not sure i......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Reputable MANAGERS in Los Angeles (in Secret Agent Man) by amo37
I agree. Anyone can call themselves a manager. Luckily, I've had a few reputable ones over the yea......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Taking a bit of a break, need advice on where to go from there (in The Working Actor) by amo37
The number of auditions is different for each person based on age range, type, experience and relati......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Taking a bit of a break, need advice on where to go from there (in The Working Actor) by amo37
I lived in LA for 6 months with no car after my car was stolen and was able to work, audition and ac......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Taking a bit of a break, need advice on where to go from there (in The Working Actor) by amo37
You're impatient. You've only been here 2 years with limited training and credits. There are peopl......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Getting started at 29, how do I make the most of my time? (in New Actors Only) by amo37
Never compare yourself to others. Compare and Despair. The only limitations are those you allow. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Best combination of classes? (in The Working Actor) by amo37
You don't learn how to play Chopin (scenes), until you master scales and finger exercises (techniqu......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Best combination of classes? (in The Working Actor) by amo37
Have you taken a foundation acting class? In other words, a technique class to ground you? Auditio......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Headshot feedback please (in Headshots, Reels and Resumes) by amo37
When I lived and worked in nyc, I went to Jeffrey Hornstein. Got some great stuff. He's very actor f......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Has anyone dropped their manager before getting a new manager? (in The Working Actor) by amo37
Read your contract. Managers have no standard contract and are nor regulated by any union or state......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Do I send any thank-you's for a featured extra? (in The Working Actor) by amo37
I don't think it's ever a bad thing to say a heart felt thank you. If it's genuine. If it's just ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Gifts for Reps? (in The Working Actor) by amo37
I gave my manager an REI gift card because he's into hiking. I gave my agent an amazon gift card. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Making Strong Choices (in The Working Actor) by amo37
Yep. You need a foundation to ground you. A technique you make your own. Eventually, you will have a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Want to gauge interest: Virtual Submission Assistant (in The Working Actor) by amo37
Reputable managers submit on the breakdowns and all legit casting sites, same as an agent....
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Discussion Topic  RE: NEW COLUMN - Lean on Me (in Secret Agent Man) by amo37
Good for you. Thank you for your kindness and for this great article....
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Discussion Topic  RE: When is it a good time in your career to invest in good headshots? (in Headshots, Reels and Resumes) by amo37
Amen. Expensive does not always equal quality. And Union does not always equal talent!...
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